The Winter issue of Careering explores the demand for STEM skills
With the future workplace demanding more Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) skills, what should we consider in current educational pathways and employment counselling? This Winter 2019 issue of CERIC’s Careering magazine examines this theme with thought-provoking articles on labour market outcomes, diversity and career exploration in STEM.
Articles in this issue:
- Fostering career agility in STEM, By Caroline Burgess
- How automation and data analytics will affect jobs in Canada’s energy industry, By Breanne O’Reilly
- Changing the status quo for women in STEM, By Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren
- Is a science degree a guarantee of employment? By Lucie Demers
…and much more, including:
- Got med school hopefuls? Special categories can help, By Christine Fader
- Infographic: The ICT workforce today and in 2021
- Client Side: How I found my career fit in science, By Leola Chow
- Case Study: Bridging the gap through profession-specific mentor matches, By Ritu Ganju
- Principles in Action: Embracing external influences to help guide career exploration, By Gloria Welton
- 10 Questions for the Rt Hon David Johnston
And these online exclusives:
- Women and girls weigh in on gender diversity in STEM careers, By Beverlie Stuart
- How Eastern Ontario is addressing gaps in the manufacturing workforce, By Alysha Dominico
- Why diversity is crucial to success in STEM, By Christin Wiedemann
Careering magazine is Canada’s Magazine for Career Development Professionals and is the official publication of CERIC. It is published three times a year both in print and as an emagazine, including select content in French. Subscribe to receive your free copy. You can also access past issues for free online.
The next issue of Careering magazine (Spring-Summer 2019) will be a collaboration with the National Career Development Association (NCDA) on the theme of “Assessments.” Please review our submission guidelines and send your article pitch to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 22, 2019.